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Could it be your store? Chichester set for first dedicated store for local producers

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CHICHESTER CITY CENTRE will soon have a store dedicated to selling local produce – and the hunt is on for someone to take on the lease. The scheme, thought to be the first of its kind in the country, has been introduced by Chichester District Council and West Sussex County Council to support local businesses. It is hoped that it will encourage people to buy, and discover more about, the high quality of food that is produced locally. The project was given the go-ahead after local producers said that a base within the city centre would be the best way to support them to grow their businesses. They also believe this will complement the city’s regular Farmers’ Markets. Chichester District Council is now looking

for an innovative individual or company to lease 29a South Street to sell local produce from the district and surrounding areas. Applicants will be expected to prove that they have good retail experience, financial strength and a good business plan to make sure that the shop meets the project’s aims. To help kick-start the new business, West Sussex is investing £70,000 of funding to fit out the shop. An additional £5,000 is also available to provide assistance to local producers, who require help in supplying the shop. The project reflects many of the ideas highlighted in ‘From Field to Fork’ - a recent study from The Campaign to Protect Rural England. The report shows that three times the number of jobs are supported, when people buy from smaller independent local food outlets. Continued on page 3

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Continued from page 1 “Our area has some of the best local produce in the country and we should be celebrating and promoting this,” says Cllr Myles Cullen, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for the Economy, Property and Tourism at Chichester District Council. “We asked local producers how they would like us to support them and their answer was to have a presence on the High Street. By working with West Sussex County Council on this project we hope to boost the local economy and help small local businesses to grow. “Local suppliers have so much to offer, including sharing knowledge on what’s seasonal and the best way to cook and serve food. We hope that by everyone working together, not only will it provide local people with a fantastic new store, but that it will also attract even more visitors to our beautiful city.” If everything goes to plan, it is hoped that the new shop will open by the end of the year. Jason Burt, Managing Director of Farmhouse Cookery Ltd in Bosham, is excited about the project. He says: “Here at Farmhouse Cookery we’ve been championing great Sussex produce for over 10 years, not only as ingredients in our cakes but in our distribution service. To have a dedicated high street store singing the praises of our county’s produce is invaluable to small producers like myself. We’re proud and

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delighted to be a part of such an initiative and urge our community to support us!” Caroline Spiby, owner of Caroline’s Dairy, was one of the people who put forward the idea. She says: “I am delighted that we will all be able to buy local produce from a shop in South Street, Chichester. We are extremely fortunate in this area to have such a wide variety of locally produced fruit, vegetables, cakes, conserves and condiments - not forgetting our ice cream. To have the

Bishop of Chichester admits child abuse cover-up THE BISHOP of Chichester has admitted to a former choirboy, abused as a child by an Anglican priest in East Sussex, that there was a cover-up. Gary Johnson and his older brother, from Eastbourne, were abused by Roy Cotton, who worked for the Diocese of Chichester, in the 1970s and 1980s. In a private letter of apology to Mr Johnson, Dr Martin Warner wrote: "There has been deception and cover-up here." Welcoming the letter, Mr Johnson said: "I've been taken seriously at last." He said: "It's given me some semblance of humanity. I've been validated, and I've been met at a level where I don't feel like a victim or a survivor. "I feel like I'm a party that is worth talking to." Cotton was ordained in 1966, despite having a conviction for sexually abusing a choirboy in the 1950s, and went on to abuse at least 10 boys from Eastbourne. He died in 2006 as investigations were under way. Dr Warner told BBC South East the cover-

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up had not been perpetrated by recent or current senior members of clergy. He said: "By cover-up, I mean that a person in authority, who has information, deliberately, knowingly ignores the information, does not pass it on; allows somebody who is a perpetrator of abuse to move from one post to another, allows somebody who is a perpetrator of abuse not to be challenged, brought to account - and thereby colludes actually with the abuse." The letter was written on 10 April, following a meeting the day before between Dr Warner and Mr Johnson.

opportunity to have these in one shop in Chichester is amazing. We have come this far and now we need the support of the local community to keep the idea going. Go and see what our area has to offer, you will be pleased!” Those interested in applying for the lease can find more information and access a downloadable pack from www.chichester. gov.uk/localproduceshop or call 01243 534669

FOR THE LAST 12 years, Chichester Cathedral has been the territory of a male peregrine falcon and his mate, who have returned to nest there every spring. During this time together, the pair successfully raised 42 chicks. This year however, local wildlife photographers who have been monitoring their nest, say the female has a new man in her life. “Having profiled pictures of both birds there is no doubt it is a different male. We do not know what happened or how but it was probably a takeover bid in February as the old male was up there to this point. The new male also has completely different habits to the old one. He is very submissive to the female,” says Janet Shaw, wildlife photographer.

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Tommy Boyd Box. So he put a small fence around 400 seats next to the Directors Box and called it the Directors Box, and fans paid many times what they had been paying when they were just ordinary seats, which they still were, basically. Is that a con? Or good salesmanship? Everyone was happy… THINGS THAT AREN’T WHAT THEY SEEM Golf ball detectors can’t locate bombs. I doubt they are much good at locating golf balls. Coca Cola was originally invented as a headache cure. And this week it was revealed that bubble wrap was invented by some guys trying to make the world’s first washable wallpaper. And Listerene is said to have been marketed originally as a cure for STDs. LUIS SUAREZ The thing I want to know is; how hard did Snr Suarez bite the other guy? It seems to me if

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ON THE 2ND OF MAY there will be events between 11am and 3pm in Bognor Regis High SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011_SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011 18/10/2011 12:04 Page 1 Street and at The Cross in Chichester. Operation Velo is an initiative, which was launched in West Sussex at the beginning of the year in an attempt to reduce the number of bicycles stolen from across the county. The scheme uses a new way of marking and ONE OF Chichesters most loved artistic Bolam as Napoleon submitting to his registering bikes, and Sussex Police is hosting minds has sadly passed away. Patrick coronation in Chichester cathedral.rs the free events at locations where officers have Garland, aged 78, died of long term illness Jonathan Church, Artistic Director of been marking, registering and offering advice last week (19 april). Chichester Festival Theatre, said: "He about the best way to secure cycles. Twice the artistic director of the Festival was quite simply vital to the success and Theatre, Garland had a very successful longevity of the Festival Theatre. His career as an actor before joining the BBC’s love of Chichester Festival Theatre never music and arts department, until he came diminished and his support and advice to Chichester, where he was instrumental in was welcomed by the directors that came the opening of the Minerva Theatre. after him. Garland was the only director to have had "On a personal level I will treasure four plays running concurrently in the West having known him and I will remember End, his most recent production was Simon with fond his kind support of our seasons Callow’s touring adaptation of Dickens Dr and his appearance (health failing) at Marigold and Mr Chops in 2011. The final our 50th birthday gala, laughing and IN THE EARLY HOURS of April 21 a man production he directed at Chichester was joking with member of Olivier's original was found lying in Longford Road, Bognor ‘Chimes at Midnight’ in 1998. company in celebration of the theatre he Regis with significant injuries. The 51-yearGarland was devoted to the city of loved." old victim was taken to Southampton General Chichester, and anthologised Sussex poetry. Garland’s wife, Alexandra Bastedo, Hospital to be treated and has now been He also mobilised half the city, it seemed, actress and model, survives him and discharged. in Victory! (1989), a promenade version of lives in their marital home just outside of Detective Constable Della Squires said: Thomas Hardy's The Dynasts, with James Chichester. "The victim was wearing blue jeans and a navy SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011_SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011 18/10/2011 12:04 Page 1 SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011_SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011 18/10/2011 12:04 Page 1

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Nurturing and developing young peoples potential through dance, drama and singing. SPIRIT FM, the local commercial radio station for West Sussex, has raised over £14,000 on a single fund-raising initiative in its latest campaign. Hoping to help significantly in the bid to raise £36,000 for a young Chichester girl to have a life changing operation, The Spirit FM 777 Challenge will see Managing Director Sally Austin and mid-morning presenter Milly Luxford running an incredible 7 kilometres in 7 different countries in 7 days. Travelling and sleeping in a VW camper van loaned by local business Bognor Motors, the ladies will be ‘legging it for legs,’ earning sponsorship towards a spinal operation, Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR), for 17-year-old Chloe Humphrey from Chichester. Departing the UK on Friday 26 April the game girls will travel to The Netherlands via France, Belgium, Luxemburg, Switzerland, Austria and Germany, pausing only to run the daily distance in each country. Sponsored by a host of local business and supporters, the girls have just passed the £14,000 mark

and couldn’t be more delighted. “When we dreamed up the challenge we thought it would be fantastic if we could get to £3,000 but people have simply been so generous,” said Sally Austin. Milly Luxford said: “Chloe is 17 this year, as is Spirit FM. She is a lovely young lady and all she wants is to be able to walk, pain free and unaided. The operation she needs is not available to her on the NHS but it will transform her life. The money had to be found. We are absolutely thrilled and are so grateful to everyone who has sponsored us. Now all we have to do is rise to the challenge!” And with numerous other fund raising activities also planned, the chances of Chloe being able to have the much-needed surgery look so positive that the operation has been booked for 7 May at Frenchay Hospital, Bristol, where she will be the oldest person in the UK to have the SDR operation. For details of how to sponsor Milly and Sally please call 01243 773600 or visit www. spiritfm.net

New initiative helps kids go green LOCAL SUSTAINABLE living group, Transition Chichester, has recently set up a new initiative in a bid to engage preschool and primary school aged children with the environment. The group entitled Young Transition is comprised of retired and working school teachers, mothers on maternity leave as well as working professionals all of whom are passionate about engaging the next generation in a range of exciting activities. Workshops are to be run once a month, with the debut event entitled Grow Your Own for kids, whereby children will be taught to plant potatoes and a range of herbs. The event runs from 10am12pm, Saturday 27 April, Jubilee Road in Chichester. The group will also visit schools, talking to individual classes, speaking at the school

assembly and putting on an interactive workshop for the children. Project initiator Julia Sander said: “Young Transition aims to engage young children in a positive, fun and creative way. We’ve held one off events in the past for children, but it’s fantastic we’re now going to have a monthly slot that children can come along to make new friends, have fun and learn the importance of looking after the environment.” Planned future workshops include bread baking and making artwork from waste materials. Workshops are free of charge, but donations are welcome towards the costs of the workshop materials. If you’d like to help volunteer or would like to come along to the workshops please contact Julia Sander at secretary@ transitionchichester.org

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Operation Watershed works to fix flooding in Bosham starts

Countywide road maintenance programme gets underway

OPERATION Watershed moved into Bosham this week. West Sussex County Council has started working to help residents tackle a flooding hotspot in Newells Lane. Over the past nine months residents have been subjected to spells of prolonged flooding, caused by surface water having nowhere to escape and drain away. To solve the problem, the County Council will lay a new 225 metre pipe to the nearest outfall. The works will cost about £20,000 and is expected to take ten days to complete. West Sussex County Council’s Head of Highways and Transport, Geoff Lowry, said: “The problem in Newells

A £4 MILLION countywide road maintenance programme has got underway in West Sussex. West Sussex County Council has begun work on its annual series of surface dressing schemes. Surface dressing involves spraying a coating of bitumen on to the road, followed by one or more layers of hard stone chippings. More than 150 roads throughout the county are scheduled to be resurfaced in this way over the next three months. West Sussex County Council’s Head of Highways and Transport, Geoff Lowry, said: “Surface dressing is carried out every year. “It is done to seal the road and cover over repairs carried out following winter weather damage. “It helps protects against future weather damage too and is a very cost effective way of protecting and prolonging the life of our roads.” Surface dressing is quick, easy, and traffic can be allowed to run on the new surface almost immediately – avoiding lengthy closures and disruption. Sealing the road in this way prevents water getting into the foundations and weakening the road, which can lead to potholes developing. Other benefits include an increase in

Lane has caused considerable distress and inconvenience to local residents, because they have been forced to find alternative ways to travel out of the area. “We looked at a number of options and laying a pipe in an adjacent verge was the most appropriate one. “Newells Lane was one of the first priorities targeted under Operation Watershed and we are confident this work will benefit residents the next time heavy rain falls.” Operation Watershed - backed up by an £8.25m fund - was introduced in response to the heaviest rainfall to hit West Sussex in over a century.

skid resistance which helps improve road safety. Soon after a surface dressing is applied, the road is swept to remove loose chippings. Where possible the County Council will give advance notice of the roadworks to residents to make sure their vehicles are not left on roads that are about to be treated. Signs will also be put up advising drivers to drive slowly on recently treated roads. Geoff added: “We want to remind motorists they need to observe the signs and drive slowly over a road that has been treated with surface dressing. “This is because of the loose chippings which can flick up and damage other vehicles on the road. “The surface dressing programme is essential and we ask motorists to be patient while this work is going on.”


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Teenagers prepare for a summer like no other YOUNG PEOPLE aged 16-17 are being offered an once-in-alifetime opportunity to take part in a summer of fun and challenging activities. Young people from across West Sussex can apply now to be part of the four-week adventure, which will help them build new skills, make new friends and discover their communities. The National Citizen Service (NCS) kicks off on Monday July 8 and is being run by the County Council’s Youth Support and Development Service. The four-week programme involves a week away from home at an outdoor education centre in Swindon. The teenagers will be able to take part in activities such as abseiling, mountain biking and orienteering. A second week is also spent away from home, taking part in residential workshops in West Sussex. Groups from each district and borough in the county will then spend the next two weeks creating and carrying out a social action project of their choice in their local communities. West Sussex County Council’s Director of Children’s Services, Stuart Gallimore, said: “This is a unique opportunity for 16 and 17

year olds to take part in something really worthwhile. Not only will they have a great deal of fun learning new skills, they will also have something really impressive to put on their CV at the end of it.” Applications can be made now by calling the NCS hotline on 0800 027 9111 (quoting West Sussex County Council) or by logging onto www.ncsyes.co.uk. For further information you can email ncs@ westsussex.gov.uk. Each place is worth hundreds of pounds but the price of the course is just £50, which includes Monday-Friday accommodation for the first two weeks and all food and travel expenses. Anyone aged 16-17 can apply. There are 105 places on offer in West Sussex

Small scale memorial with big intentions

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ON TUESDAY 23rd April, members of the Chichester Lions Club gathered with clients and friends to celebrate the life of retired local farmer and Lions Club member, David Gauntlett. The meeting was held at the Aldingbourne Centre to formally hand over six children’s play tractors in memory of David, who sadly passed away last year. Lion President, Brian Attfield, paid tribute to David who joined Chichester Lions in 1973 and was President in 1983/4. With his farming background it seemed very appropriate that David’s memorial should be tractors, albeit small play ones. His wife Mary was able to attend Aldingbourne together with her son

Michael who now manages the family farm in Hambrook. Clients from Aldingbourne and Chichester Lions were delighted to see the new play area, which has already proved to be very popular with visiting youngsters. Attfield, the Lion President, presented Mary with a bouquet and thanked her for her supporting David and the Chichester Lions over the years. David was quite a character, particularly at business meetings when he ensured that the President conducting the meeting was kept on his toes. After the formal hand over of the tractors Chichester Lions enjoyed a cup of tea and cake in the Aldingbourne Tea Shop.

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Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre THERE are many advantages if you choose to adopt a rabbit from The Rescue Centre. Not only will you miss one of the most common pitfalls of buying in a shop, which is incorrect sex identification, but you will be able to choose from lots of available single rabbits (which the rescue will bond to your own single rabbit) and also lots of compatible rabbit pairs. Also, you won’t have to worry immediately about the expense of vaccination as it will have already been done, or the very expensive cost of neutering your rabbit. Most rabbits at The Rescue will already have been neutered. You will also have the chance to talk to staff about the sort of accommodation the rabbits will need, and also get key care information. On Sundays 2-3.30pm, rabbits may be reserved pending a satisfactory pre-home visit. The minimum donation requested is £35, which includes neutering, up to date vaccinations for myxomatosis and VHD and covered by Petplan Vet insurance for up to 4 weeks. Otherwise for an online rabbit adoption form go to www.crrc.co.uk

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(adopt a pet, info below the rabbit picture ) or phone 01243 641409. Rabbits of 30+ waiting for a home and more on the website: • Clover is a ginger and white friendly, neutered female and her son Utterly Butterly a friendly, neutered male son who was born at The Rescue. A very close and happy pair. • Spaghetti is a tan female and Tagliatelle a black and white male must go to a home together. Both friendly, neutered, and nearly 4 years old. • Pickled Onion is a friendly, white male rabbit. He is neutered and has a lovely soft coat and likes standing on his hind legs. • Jim Beam is a neutered white and grey 9 month harlequin lop male. • Bellini is a grey and white spayed 1½ year old female. Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre, Holborow Lodge, Chalder Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester, PO20 7RJ.


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Let’s talk Cosmetic Surgery. An Overview of Cosmetic Surgery Thinking of having cosmetic surgery? Mr Charles Durrant, Consultant Plastic Surgeon will be hosting a free talk on Thursday 2 May. Whether you’re looking to lift, nip and tuck, reduce or enlarge, here’s the perfect opportunity to get all your questions answered - or simply listen to some good advice. Following this Mr Durrant will be holding a free one to one clinic on Thursday 16 May. FREE TALK

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Fashionable fundraising from Chichester High School THE CHICHESTER HIGH SCHOOL’S Sixth Form has spent the last six weeks studying their struts and perfecting their poses ahead of the Annual Charity Fashion Show. The sixth forms head boy & girl, Liv Coppin and Callum Fisher, organised a twohour extravaganza of clothes, music and drama on 26th and 27th March. The event raised £2200 for the sixth form charities: The St. Trizah & the Walk schools in Kenya, St. Wilfrid’s Hospice and Great Ormond Street Hospital. The night kicked off with the talented CHSG Year 11 dancers, some Harlem shake and the sixth form band, Toiletduck, rocking the sold out venue. These appetizers lead to the main course of fashion and style for a good cause. Local businesses supported the event supplying clothes for students to wear with pride, as well as some fantastic raffle prizes. The students put on feature acts including, the 'Divas of Pop' with Gaga, Beyonce and Nicki Minaj whilst One Direction 'boybanded' with tents, bikes and red noses! Students kept in shape thanks to Tri-it and Game, Set and Match, followed by Harry Potter featuring in a musical put on by the year 12 students. The compares for the evening, Amelia Forster and Bradley Beresford, ensured the buckets were overflowing by the end of each evening. Nick Brown, Head of Sixth, said: “This

event was organised by the students from start to finish. Over 100 of them took to the stage, helped behind the scenes, or sorted out raffle prizes and baked cakes. The sense of community in the Sixth Form is fantastic. To see young people helping others and giving up their time is inspiring

and I am sure it helped the audience dig a little deeper. This group of students has raised over £3000 this year and are looking to boost this figure with our Amnesty Quiz on 2nd May. We are proud of them all.” The Chichester High Schools Sixth Form would like to thank the following

Chichester Businesses for their support; After Dark Productions, Chichester Fancy Dress, Oxfam, Moss Bros, British Heart Foundation, Mousetrap, Oasis, Age UK, Edinburgh Woollen Mill, House of Fraser, Tri-iT, Barnardos, St. Wilfrids, Cancer Research, Game, Set & Match and Scope.

Birth plans - don’t worry if the whales aren’t singing

By Becky Edwards (Children’s Centre Co-ordinator) and Nicki Graham (Family Outreach Work) ‘SO, WHAT’S YOUR BIRTH PLAN?’ is a question you will hear from both midwives and friends alike throughout your pregnancy. The day you meet your baby is the most important in your life so it’s little wonder that you want to plan every last detail. Parents have got a huge number of options available to them, from ‘going with the flow’ to the more recent trends of hypno and free birthing. Having a written birth plan can help those supporting us know our wishes at a time when we may be unable to express them – this can empower us when we feel exhausted and have little control over our bodies. It also leaves out some of the guess work for midwives when you are not in a position to discuss things or make decisions. Like everything else, birth plans are a personal choice and will

vary massively from one person to the next. Some parents want to welcome their baby into their home environment, while others prefer the security of hospital. Some may prefer to tray and manage with minimal pain relief while others are happy to have an epidural with the first available anaesthetist. What is important is that your birth plan suits you (and your partner) and that you are able to see it as a guide, not a guarantee. At times, circumstances dictate how and when babies arrive. A mum who planned a water birth may find that after several hours, she needs an epidural to help her rest. Or, at times, medical interventions may become necessary and plans have to be abandoned. Although not having the birth experience you wished for may be upsetting, you can console yourself that a safe and healthy delivery is the best outcome possible. Once your baby is placed in your arms, you will know that however you gave birth, you gave life! If

you have to deviate from your plan, try not to feel too disappointed… after all the end result is the same. All your baby wants is to meet you, be close to you and hear your voice- he really won’t mind that he/she wasn’t born to whale song!

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Reality Check THE TIME of year has come around where the flowers are starting to spring again, the sun is beginning to shine and the evenings are blessed with blue skies; and yet most of the country makes the conscious decision to sit inside watching the menial hopes and dreams of others either blossom or plummet harshly to the ground. Yes, I’m talking about the return of reality talent shows such as Britain’s Got Talent and The Voice. I’m no saint though, I too take part in the viewing of such shows but it does lead me to wonder – Why is it that we get so much joy from watching others fail? Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure some people enjoy the successful contestants, but I know that for the most part, people get a thrill from watching the hopelessly deluded shame themselves in front of the nation. Maybe it’s a natural thing, hoping that the failures of others will make our successes seem even more impressive. But is doing this on a weekly, scheduled basis really healthy? And I’m sorry but I also don’t think it’s healthy that we live in a society where most people base their lives on trying to have fame and money. At the end of the day what will that really bring you? Why envy actors and pop stars so much when we only have to open a newspaper to read about their

Gracie Cliffe relationships falling apart and their most recent drug addictions. Fame doesn’t necessarily bring happiness. Plus when we see 5 year olds going on these talent shows, professing that it’s their lifelong dream to have a sold out stadium just for them, let’s just remember that their lives have been short. The parents are probably behind it, selfishly pushing them so they can get in on the money. Children should be running around the playground, not auditioning to sell their lives away when they don’t even fully understand the consequences of what they’re doing. So I give you the advice I one day hope to follow myself – Lay back in the sunshine, clear your head and really think about what YOU want from your life. Then go make it happen. Just make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons. Let us know what you think

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Midhurst hunt huge success LIAM Bennett is the prize draw winner from the Midhurst Indie Easter Egg Hunt. He was presented with his prize by Gareth Underhill from Outfit Sports & Fitness – one of the many Midhurst businesses who took part in the ‘hunt’. He has received £100 of vouchers which he and his family can spend at any of the businesses who welcomed egg hunters – young and old alike - into their shops this Easter. Local children and their families really took to the ‘hunt’, collecting all their stickers to ‘win’ a chocolate egg and also loved the certificates with which they were presented. John Quilter, Chairman of Midhurst Town Team, said: “We were very pleased to support this initiative as it encouraged shoppers to visit shops they hadn’t been into before and showed them what a diverse and active range of independent shops we have in Midhurst.” Darren Clarke, Director of KeryType at The Wharf, Midhurst and a member of the Midhurst First Reward Card Group, said: “We were delighted with the strong support we got from the people of Midhurst. Many people who visited us were not aware of the wide range of services we provide and have promised to return. This support will certainly greatly help our local businesses in the present tough economic conditions.” The following businesses all took an active part in the ‘hunt’:- Seven Fish, Frasers, Revamps, The Upholsterer, Caffe

Liam Bennett with his brother Rhys receiving his prize from Gareth Underhill at Outfit Sports and Fitness, West Street Midhurst (Credit: Michael Chevis, Midhurst)

Verdi, Between the Lines, Stepping Out, The Little Sweet Shop, Cabbage White, Arnolds Opticians, KerryType Ltd, Truffle, Down to Earth, JE Allnutt & Son Ltd, Black Sheep, Arnage Vintage, Outfit Sports & Fitness, Seventh Heaven, Expressions, Midhurst Engineering, The Exclusive Cake Shop & Tea Rooms More events and special initiatives supported by the Midhurst Town team and being planned throughout the spring and summer to attract local shoppers and visitors to the town centre and details will be released as they become available.

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BORN six weeks early Chloe Humphrey was so tiny that people mistook her for a doll. At 18 months Chloe was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, with spastic diplegia. The prognosis wasn’t good; her family were warned that it was unlikely that she would ever walk. But medics hadn’t reckoned on Chloe’s determination. By 20 months she was toddling with the aid of a walking frame, progressing to sticks by the age of 4. But sadly Chloe’s condition can only get worse as she gets older. And that’s why Chloe and her family are focussed on raising £36,000 to pay for a major life-changing operation that, sadly, is not funded on the NHS in West Sussex.

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Two of the Spirit FM girls are giving it Leg for Legs with the 777 Challenge – and it’s going to be fantastic! The lovely Sally Austin, managing director, and Milly Luxford, presenter, set off this morning to run 7k, in 7 countries in 7 days to raise money for my operation. They are even running in pink onesies for the French leg of their journey – how cool is tha?! They’ve raised an amazing amount in sponsorship and I know they are going to smash this challenge. I promise the girls I’ll be with them in spirit every step of the way. I can’t believe that the next time they see me I’ll have my new legs! Scary, but exciting! Lots of love, Chloe x Chloe’s Guide: fundraising events taking place the next week or two: • Chloe’s “In the Pink” Race Night – 7pm Friday 26th April. At Chichester College. £10 per person for tables of 10 people. Get together with your family, friends or work colleagues. Everyone attending must wear something visible in Pink – or pay the price! The evening includes Horse Racing, Roulette and Black Jack – and nibbles! All proceeds go Chloe’s New Legs. To book a table email Ben Bulpett – ben@ bulpett.co.uk or call 07765 996947. • Women’s Quarterz - Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th May at Headquarterz, 9 Aldwick Road, Bognor Regis. Treat yourself to a mini “hair do”. Heidi and Justine at are offering a fabulous range of treatments. Get your hair washed, blow dried or the ends trimmed. Or try something different! Have it put up, curled, crimped or straightened –

each treatment just £5. You can have your fringe trimmed for just £2 - a snip at this price! There’s no need to book, everyone will be seen on a first come basis, tickets issued on arrival. For more information call 01243 824496. These lovely girls are treating Chloe to a new head do, so she’s glammed up before going into hospital for her operation. • May The 4th be with Chloe - Saturday 4th May at The Venue, Chichester A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away….. a great disturbance in the force brought together a team of Jedi Master Musicians. They decided to defeat the Sith, bring balance to the universe and lay down a fat soul groove just for Chloe! The Fabulous Fug Band will be putting the aaah back into soul with this intergalactic event. Tickets are only £5 on the door. You’d be Darth not to be there! • Onesie Cruise - Sunday 12th May – organised by Dubzpac, local VW lovers club. Meet at 10:30am at S Jago Designs, 3 Beaver Units, Quarry Lane Industrial Estate, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 8NY. Just turn up in your vehicle, preferably in a onesie or PJs – you don’t have to be in a VW. The cruise will set off for The Devils Punch Bowl Cafe, Hindhead, at about 11am. After some refreshments they’ll be cruising down to Hayling Island for a picnic or BBQ in the car park behind the fair. The entry fee is £5 or you can get sponsored if you want. You can join the cruise at any point for any part – just turn up with your dosh. More information on events can be found at www.spiritfm.net/chloe-new-legs-events or at www.chloesnewlegs.org.uk/events


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Green Go! For gardening at Aldingbourne Country Centre ROLL UP! ROLL UP! Spring arrived in time for National Gardening Week and the Horticulture Department at the Aldingbourne Country Centre is in full swing. The team is busy potting up seedlings and taking care of young plants in the greenhouses, preparing them to be sold and make their way into West Sussex’s gardens. Sue Lee from Chichester wasted no time in getting to the Country Centre to buy some plants for her garden no the sun has appeared. A regular visitor and avid gardener, Sue said: “I am very fussy as I know my stuff and I enjoy coming here to buy my plants as they are local and good quality, and I am supporting a local charity. The Centre is clean and tidy, the prices are good and so is the plant selection. When I visit I pop into the Café to have lunch – today it was a lovely lasagne. I also bring the family up here and buy items in the Shop. The new tractors look great for kids – my 2 year old great-grandson will love them.” Richard Akkerman, Horticultural Instructor, gave an insight into the Horticulture Department at the Country Centre. As well as selling plants, this Social Enterprise enables the charity’s clients to develop horticultural skills and work in the department. Seven clients who have learning disabilities, plus some volunteers, work with Richard on a daily basis, undertaking

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in the Country Centre Shop. The Aldingbourne Trust is an enterprising charity that runs projects across their various West Sussex sites that encourage a learning environment. The charity supports adults with learning disabilities and the projects enable them to have the same opportunities as everyone else: to live independently and develop skills to gain employment. For more information about the Trust and the Horticulture at the Country Centre please call: 01243 542075 or visit the website: www. aldingbournetrust.co.uk

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Business inspirations group together to guide others ON WEDNESDAY 8 May 2013, Chichester College will be hosting their much anticipated ‘Business Twilight’ event. Located in the Conference Hall, the inspirational list of guest speakers and its supporting quality master-classes will offer all that attend the chance to gain valuable top tips in sales, leadership, cash-flow, business tax and exporting from the professionals, as well as the chance to network with motivational business leaders and achievers too. Provided for the thriving local business community in West Sussex, by the College’s Peter Jones Enterprise Academy, the event’s highlights include accomplished entrepreneurs Lara Morgan, of Company Shortcuts who recently sold her export business Pacific Direct for £22m; and Patricia Kerr who set up executive search and selection company KerrIngram as key speakers on the night. Business fellows, with experience and achievements that we can all learn from, will deliver the supporting master-classes available at the event. They include John Whiteman, from The Way Business Academy who will be talking about Leadership skills, Adrian Moss from Sandler Training with top tips on how to improve your sales techniques, Stephen Golding of UK Trade & Investment with all you need to

know about exporting goods and much more. There will also be plenty of opportunity to talk with Chichester College students and staff to hear all about the growing portfolio of professional courses, work placements, and apprenticeships. Delicious food and refreshments will be provided by the College’s quality catering facilities and the award winning Oasis Hair and Beauty Salon will be offering short but delicious pamper sessions during the evening, which will be subject to separate charge. The aim of the event is to bring together individuals who have excelled in their own fields, to help guide and inspire those in our local community who wish to start up, develop their own business, or wish to obtain useful and rewarding employment in today's market place. Entry is £12 per person, including food and refreshments. If you would like to secure your invitation to this special event, you are encouraged to contact Tara Lovejoy at Chichester College on 01243 786321 or to make payment directly by 1 May, either by card payment to the Chichester College cash office 01243 786321 ext 2301 quoting ‘business network’, or by cheque payable to ‘Chichester College’ sent to Tara Lovejoy.

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Chichester Business Launches a ‘Home and Away’ initiative with FREE Racing available to Annual Members GET YOURSELF signed up now to an Annual Membership at Fontwell Park to gain a whole host of benefits! Fontwell Park is part of the Arena Racing Company (ARC) and as the largest racecourse operator in the UK, with 15 racecourses spread across the UK, hosting nearly 40% of the fixture list; keen racegoers will never be far away from an opportunity to go racing for free. An Annual Members benefits package has been created that is rivaled by none other in the racing industry. All Annual Members of Fontwell Park racecourse will now get free entry to any other ARC racecourse fixture. So don’t miss out on the chance to travel the length and breadth of the country and always have a free entrance to a race meeting at your fingertips. If you live locally to Fontwell Park Racecourse and take out a half-yearly annual membership for £120, this will become your ‘home’ racecourse and you will get full members benefits which includes Premier Enclosure entrance to all fixtures from June – December, including access to the Annual Members viewing bar, free car parking and over 30 reciprocal fixtures. The ‘Away’ racecourse is any other you visit in the group and you will be given

free access to any enclosure. But the rewards don’t stop there, with plenty of offers & discounts being given across all the racecourses and 4 complimentary admission tickets valid at any racecourse. Tracy Skinner, General Manager at Fontwell Park Racecourse said: “This new initiative will reward the loyalty of our members and give them an opportunity to try out some of the other racecourses in the group for free. With such a great spread of locations across the country we hope our members will enjoy visiting additional courses. If anyone had been considering taking at an annual membership to our course – this really is the time to do it!” This new membership package is offered in partnership with William Hill and media partner At The Races. Full details of the scheme can be found at Fontwell Park website www.fontwellpark. co.uk

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Evil Dead (18)

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Running time: 91 mins Director: Fede Alvarez Starring: Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Jessica Lucas,Lou Taylor Pucci,Elizabeth Blackmore, Jim McLarty, Phoenix Connolly, Sian Davis,Stephen Butterworth, Karl Willetts, Randal Wilson,Rupert Degas

interchangeable, to the point where it’s impossible to care about whether they make it or not.

Fede Alvarez’s Raimi-approved Evil Dead remake is well made and delivers buckets of the red stuff, but it’s hampered by poorly developed characters, a lack of humour and a tendency to substitute gore for actual scares. What’s it all about? Directed by Fede Alvarez, Evil Dead is a Sam Raimi-approved (he produced, along with Bruce Campbell and original collaborator Rob Tapert) ‘requel’ (part remake, part reboot, part sequel) of Raimi’s 1981 horror classic. Updated to the present day, the film stars Jane Levy (Suburgatory) as Mia, a heroin addict whose brother (Shiloh Fernandez) and three friends (Jessica Lucas, Lou Taylor Pucci and Elizabeth Blackmore) have taken her to a remote cabin in the woods so that she can go cold turkey. However, when the group find a mysterious

book in the cabin’s basement, they unwittingly release an evil demon that wants to possess them all and soon they are fighting for their lives. The Good Sam Raimi’s stamp of approval puts Evil Dead a notch above other recent remakes of classic horror movies and Alvarez is certainly faithful to the spirit of the original film, maintaining a decent pace and, pleasingly, relying on old-fashioned effects rather than resorting to CGI. Similarly, the film is strikingly lit and

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shot throughout, courtesy of Aaron Morton’s effectively shadowy cinematography, while Roque Banos’ score creates an appropriately intense atmosphere. The performances, however, are less successful. Levy is excellent as Mia, whether possessed (she puts in a lot of excellent twitching work) or unpossessed, while there’s strong work from Lou Taylor Pucci (probably the best known cast member), who gets what is basically the film’s only funny line. However, Lucas, Blackmore and Fernandez are entirely forgettable and thus completely

The Bad The main difficulty with the film is that, although it’s well made, it doesn’t really bring anything new or interesting to the franchise, which renders it rather pointless. It’s also extremely difficult to pull off a cabin-in-thewoods film in the wake of Cabin in the Woods (much as Scream effectively killed off the straight slasher film); set against both that film and Raimi’s own comedy remake Evil Dead II, the lack of humour in Alvarez’s Evil Dead is something of a problem (the odd knowing nod to a significant object aside). On top of that, the film opts for high intensity gore over actual scares, so it never really gets under your skin. That said, though the film gets a little repetitive in the middle section, it does at least rally for an enjoyably all-out, bloodsoaked final act. Worth seeing? Evil Dead is an efficient but ultimately pointless remake that’s unlikely to replicate the impact of the original film, though Alvarez has enough style to suggest that he could be a horror talent to watch.

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01243 786 650 Fri 26 Apr 13.00 You Will Be My Son (15) 163m 15.15 Post Tenebras Lux (18) 120m 18.00 In the House (15) 105m 20.15 Skyfall (12A) 143m Sat 27 Apr 13.00 A Place in the Sun (PG) 122m 15.15 You Will Be My Son 17.15 Tess (Polanski) (12A) 180m 20.45 In the House Sun 28 Apr 13.00 Tess 16.15 In the House 18.15 A Place in the Sun 20.45 You Will Be My Son Mon 29 Apr 13.00 You Will Be My Son 15.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (12A) 124m

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17.30 Skyfall 20.45 Post Tenebras Lux Tue 30 Apr 13.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 15.15 You Will Be My Son 17.30 In the House 19.45 Tess Wed 1 May 12.30 Skyfall 15.30 You Will Be My Son 18.30 In the House 20.45 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Thu 2 May 12.30 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 14.45 In the House 17.00 You Will Be My Son 19.30 Opera: Nabucco 170m

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Students’ creations on show at Gallery OPENING on Saturday, works by BA (Hons) Fine Art students from Northbrook College will be popping up around the Gallery. The students have been invited to create a series of imaginative site-specific artworks in locations within both the historic town house and the contemporary wing at the Gallery for a new exhibition, titled ‘Exchange’(27 April – 19 May 2013). Inspired by artists within the Gallery’s world-class Collection as well as various facets of the Gallery itself, the installations are wildly diverse in medium, style, size and meaning – from doublesided screen prints made from historical extracts of economic debates to a fabric replica of an Eric Gill stone carving. The innovative partnership, which forms part of the Gallery’s extensive Learning and Community programme, provides students with the opportunity to experience working to a professional brief and to exhibit in a prestigious Gallery renowned for its Collection of Modern British Art. Students on the course at Northbrook were invited to submit their innovative site-specific proposals to a panel for selection. The ten exhibiting artists this year are Mew Welch,

Spring arrives at West Dean Gardens

Image of Barry Williams’ Language of Ruins, which will appear in the Gallery’s courtyard water feature during ‘Exchange’

New born lamb at West Dean

Barry Williams, Jane Brannigan, Wendy Whiting, Janet Sang, Deborah Petch, Nicola Ferrie, Laura Scrivener, David Muchmore and Merna Liddawi. Natalie Franklin, Pallant House Gallery Learning Programme Coordinator strongly supports the partnership: “It’s wonderful to see students who are on our doorstep having the chance to go behind the scenes and respond to the works in the Collection in their own way – with these responses then being celebrated in an exhibition.”

THE SUN is shining, the grass is growing and lambing is nearly complete on the West Dean Estate. One of the best places to see the newborn lambs is to take the Parkland Walk up the track to the Arboretum at West Dean Gardens – a 2½ mile circular walk. (Entrance to West Dean Gardens is just £1 for children, Friends of West Dean get free entry). Visitors are asked to respect the ewes though and not get too close – they get very protective at this time of year. Stock up on spring plants in the Gardens Shop and drop into the Gardens Restaurant

for some refuelling – home-made soup, a slice of home-made cake or treat yourself to a West Dean cream tea (Free parking for Shop and Restaurant) Summer garden opening times. (March – October 2013) 10.30am – 5.00pm Daily Last entry 4.30pm. Admission prices (March – October 2013) Adults from £7.70, Children from £0.90. Friends membership rates 2013. Individual (one named adult) at £29. Individual and Guest (one named adult, one transferable guest) at £55. Joint (two named adults) at £55. Family (named family to include 2 adults and 4 children) at £60

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SATURDAY’S TV 27.04.13 SATURDAY’S TV 27.04.13 BBC1 CHOICE CHOICE

Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher Young Margaret: Life, Love & Letters Young Life, BBC2, Margaret: 9pm Love & Letters The death of Margaret BBC2, 9pm Thatcher earlier this month The deaththat of Margaret showed even 23 years Thatcher this month after sheearlier left Number 10, showed that 23 years there are feweven other after she left Number politicians who inspire10, such there few other strongare feelings in the British politicians public. Butwho howinspire did shesuch strong feelings in the British become such an influential public. But how did she and divisive figure, and become such influential were there anyanclues in her and divisivechildhood figure, and Grantham that were there one any clues in her she would day earn her Grantham childhood that place in the history books? she one day earn her Thiswould documentary tries to place in the history books? provide some answers by This documentary tries to drawing on previously provide answers by unseensome correspondence drawing on previously and interviews with close unseen correspondence members of the Thatcher and interviews with close family. members of the Thatcher family.

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BBC2 6.00 This Is BBC Two. 6.40 Film: BBC2 Station West. (1948) 8.10 Film:

Simple Suppers. (R) 12.00 BBC 6.00 Breakfast. News; Regional10.00 News;Saturday Weather. Kitchen Live. 11.30 Nigel Slater’s 12.15 Football Focus. 1.00 Simple Suppers. (R) 12.00 BBC Triathlon. 2.00 Live Snooker: The News; News; Weather. WorldRegional Championship. 4.30 Final 12.15 Football Focus. 1.00 Score. 5.20 Pointless Celebrities. Triathlon. 2.00 Live Snooker: The (R) World Championship. 4.30 Final 6.10 5.20 BBC News; Regional News; Score. Pointless Celebrities. (R) Weather. 6.30 BBC Doctor Who. Clara isNews; trapped 6.10 News; Regional in the malfunctioning Tardis Weather. and pursued by monsters, 6.30 Doctor Clara is trapped leavingWho. the Doctor just 30 inminutes the malfunctioning to find his Tardis and pursued by monsters, companion before his leaving Doctor just 30 belovedthe blue box selfminutes to find his destructs. companion before his 7.15 beloved The National Lottery: blue box self- Who Dares Wins. Nick Knowles destructs. hosts the game show in 7.15 The National Lottery: Who which two pairs of strangers Dares Wins. Knowles team up, eachNick battling to hosts in as outdothe thegame othershow by listing which two pairs of strangers much as they know about a team each battling to givenup, subject. outdo the other by listing as 8.05 much The Voice UK.know Hollyabout a as they Willoughby given subject.and Reggie Yates present the penultimate week 8.05 The Voice UK. Hollywith of blind auditions, Willoughby and Reggie Jessie J, Will.i.am, TomYates present the Danny penultimate week Jones and ofO’Donoghue blind auditions, withto looking Jessie J, Will.i.am, Tom complete their teams. Jones and Danny 9.25 O’Donoghue Casualty. A robbery at an looking to off-licencetheir ends in violence complete teams. when the owner is stabbed – 9.25 Casualty. A robbery and it soon turns outathean off-licence violence A knows oneends of hisinattackers. when the owner is stabbed – confused old man brings his and turns out he dogitinsoon for treatment. knows one of his attackers. A 10.15confused BBC News; oldWeather. man brings his 10.30dog Match of treatment. the Day. in for Including 10.15 BBC News;highlights Weather. of Wigan Athletic v Tottenham 10.30 Match of the Day. Lottery Hotspur; National Including Update. highlights of Wigan Athletic v Tottenham 12.05Hotspur; The Football League Show. National Lottery 1.25 Weatherview. 1.30 BBC News. Update. 12.05 The Football League Show. 1.25 Weatherview. 1.30 BBC News.

Spellbound. (1945) 10.00 Live 6.00 This Is BBC Two.Championship. 6.40 Film: Snooker: The World Station West.Hollywood’s (1948) 8.10Bread. Film:(R) 12.00 Paul Spellbound. Live 12.30 Just a(1945) Minute.10.00 (R) 1.00 Snooker: World Championship. UniversityThe Challenge. (R) 1.30 12.00 Hollywood’s Bread. (R) TalkingPaul Pictures. 2.05 Film: 12.30 Just a Minute. (R) 1.00 (R) Notorious. (1946) 3.45 Coast. University Challenge.The (R)World 1.30 4.30 Live Snooker: Talking Pictures.5.30 2.05The Film: Championship. Great Notorious. (1946) 3.45 British Sewing Bee. (R)Coast. (R) 4.30 Live Snooker: The World 6.30 Flog It! From Championship. 5.30 Folkestone, The Great (R)Bee. (R) British Kent. Sewing 7.00 Flog LiveIt! Snooker: The World 6.30 From Folkestone, Championship. Jason Kent. (R) Mohammad introduces 7.00 Live Snooker: The World coverage of the evening Championship. Jasonat session on day eight Mohammad introduces Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre, coverage ofsecond-round the evening where two session on day eight matches take place. at Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre, 8.00 where Dad’s two Army. Private Godfrey second-round faces homelessness. matches take place. (R) 8.30 Dad’s QI. With Ross Noble,Godfrey Dara O 8.00 Army. Private Briain,homelessness. Jeremy Clarkson faces (R) and Alan Davies. (R) 8.30 QI. With Ross Noble, Dara O 9.00 Briain, YoungJeremy Margaret: Life, Love Clarkson and & Letters. Alan Davies.Documentary (R) examining the influences that 9.00 Young Love shapedMargaret: Margaret Life, Thatcher’s &lifeLetters. Documentary and political career, examining the influences featuring interviews withthat shaped Margaret including Thatcher’s family members life herand sonpolitical Mark. career, featuring interviews with 10.30family The United States of including members Television: her son Mark.America in Primetime. Alan Yentob 10.30 The Unitedthe States of of examines popularity Television: America in TV characters who are Primetime. Alan Yentob outsiders and misfits. examines the popularity of 11.30TV Blackpool: Bigwho Night characters areOut. The Lancashire seaside outsiders and misfits. resort through the eyes of 11.30 Blackpool: Big performed Night Out. acts who have The Lancashire seaside there. (R) resort through the eyes of 12.30acts Snooker: The World who have performed Championship. there. (R) 1.20 Snooker: World Championships Extra. 3.20 12.30 This IsSnooker: BBC Two.The World Championship. 1.20 Snooker: World Championships Extra. 3.20 This Is BBC Two.

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6.00 This Is BBC Two. 6.45 Film: Never a Dull Moment. (1950) 8.15 Gardeners’ World. (R) 8.45 The A 6.00 This BBC Two. 9.30 6.45 The Film: to Z of TVIsGardening. Never a Dull Moment. (1950)Live 8.15 Beechgrove Garden. 10.00 Gardeners’ World. (R)Championship. 8.45 The A Snooker: The World to11.00 Z of TV Gardening. 9.30 TheBites. Saturday Kitchen Best Beechgrove Garden.2.20 10.00 Live 12.30 EastEnders. Live Snooker: Snooker:The TheWorld WorldChampionship. Championship. 11.00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites. 6.00 EastEnders. Coast. The team 12.30 2.20 explores Live stories linkedChampionship. to estuaries Snooker: The World around the UK, with folk 6.00 Coast. explores singer The Juneteam Tabor examining stories linked to estuaries superstitions surrounding around the UK, with the burial of sailors folk who died singer June Tabor in shipwrecks. (R)examining superstitions surrounding 7.00 the Live Snooker: The who World burial of sailors died inChampionship. shipwrecks. (R)Jason Mohammad introduces 7.00 Live Snooker: World coverage of theThe evening Championship. Jasonat session on day nine Mohammad introduces Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre, coverage ofsecond-round the evening where two session on day nine at matches take place. Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre, 8.00 where Bill Bailey’s Jungle Hero. two second-round Part twotake of two. The matches place. comedian heads to 8.00 Bill Bailey’s Jungle Hero. Indonesian archipelago the Part two of two. The Moluccas. comedian heads to 9.00 Indonesian Rupert Murdoch: Battlethe with archipelago Britain. The media mogul’s Moluccas. influence on the UK over the 9.00 Rupert past 45Murdoch: years. Battle with Britain. The media mogul’s 10.00influence Mock theon Week Looks the UK overBack the at Britain. Another themed past 45 years. selection from the show’s 10.00 Mock the Week Looks Back archives. at Britain. Another themed 10.30selection It’s Kevin. Bobthe theshow’s studio from caretaker goes into archives. hibernation. Last in the 10.30 It’s Kevin. Bob the studio series. caretaker goes into 11.00hibernation. Snooker: The World Last in the Championship. Highlights series. from day nine at the Crucible 11.00 Snooker: World Theatre inThe Sheffield. Championship. Highlights 11.50from Snooker: World day nine at the Crucible Championships Extra. Theatre in Sheffield. 1.50 Sign Zone: Countryfile. (R) 11.50 Snooker: World 2.45 Holby City. (R) 3.45 This Is Championships Extra. BBC Two. 1.50 Sign Zone: Countryfile. (R) 2.45 Holby City. (R) 3.45 This Is BBC Two.

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11.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. 11.45 Animal Frontline. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News. 1.30 Regional News. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 Perfection. (R) 3.45 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain. (R) 4.30 Antiques Road Trip. (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 6.55 Party Election Broadcast. (R) 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City. 9.00 MasterChef: The Final Three. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather; National Lottery Update. 10.35 The Wright Way. 11.05 Film: The Aviator. (2004) 1.45 Weatherview. 1.50 BBC News. Homes Under the Hammer. (R) BBC2 6.00 7.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. (R)

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6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 Rory Bremner’s Great British Views. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.25 Party Election Broadcast. (R) 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Live UEFA Champions League. Real Madrid v Borussia Dortmund (Kick-off 7.45pm). 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 The Big Quiz – Benidorm v Essex. (R) 11.35 In Plain Sight. 12.25 Jackpot247. 3.00 Loose Women. (R) 3.45 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)

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6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 According to Jim. (R) 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 The Secret Millionaire USA. (R) 11.00 Location, Location, Location. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 Come Dine with Me. (R) 12.35 What’s Cooking? 1.45 Four Rooms. 2.45 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Five Minutes to a Fortune. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Embarrassing Bodies: Live from the Clinic. 9.00 Crash for Cash. 10.00 Shameless. 11.05 Ben Earl: Trick Artist. (R) 12.10 Random Acts. 12.15 European Poker Tour. 1.10 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 1.35 Sailing: America’s Cup Discovered. 2.05 The Grid. (R) 2.30 British Rallycross. (R) 3.00 Blancpain Endurance Series. (R) 3.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 4.50 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.45 Kirstie’s Homemade Home. 5.50 SuperScrimpers.

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6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 Emergency Bikers. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Cowboy Builders. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 NCIS. (R) 3.15 Film: McBride: It’s Murder, Madam. (2005) Crime drama, starring John Larroquette. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 Extraordinary People: The World’s Strongest Toddler; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Big Body Squad. A mother-of-three battles against sleep apnoea; 5 News at 9. 9.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. A light aircraft crashes a mile from the Las Vegas strip. 10.00 Body of Proof. 10.55 Dallas. 11.55 CSI: NY. (R) 12.50 SuperCasino. 4.00 House Doctor. (R) 4.45 Great Artists. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

11.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. 11.45 Animal Frontline. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 3.00 Perfection. (R) 3.45 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain. (R) 4.30 Antiques Road Trip. (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Watchdog. 9.00 MasterChef: The Final Three. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News;Weather.; National Lottery Update. 10.35 A Question of Sport. 11.05 Film: Michael Clayton. (2007) Legal thriller, starring George Clooney. 1.00 Weatherview. 1.05 BBC News. This Is BBC Two. 6.15 Homes BBC2 6.00 Under the Hammer. (R) 7.15 Don’t

Get Done, Get Dom. (R) 8.00 Animal Frontline. (R) 8.30 Sign Zone: Great British Menu. (R) 9.30 See Hear. 10.00 Live Snooker: The World Championship. The opening session on day 12 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. 11.30 Daily Politics. 1.00 Live Snooker: The World Championship. Further coverage of day 12 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Flog It! (R) 7.00 Live Snooker: The World Championship. Further coverage of day 12 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. 8.00 Coast. 9.00 The Mafia’s Secret Bunkers. 10.00 Celebrity Mastermind. (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Snooker: The World Championship. 12.10 Snooker: World Championships Extra. 2.10 Sign Zone: See Hear. (R) 2.40 This Is BBC Two. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.

ITV

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 Rory Bremner’s Great British Views. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 All Star Mr & Mrs. 9.00 Scott & Bailey. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 We Love the Monkees. (R) 11.35 The Dales. (R) 12.05 Jackpot247. 3.00 Film: Columbo: A Matter of Honour. (1976) Crime drama, starring Peter Falk. 4.15 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 According to Jim. (R) 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 The Secret Millionaire USA. (R) 11.00 Location, Location, Location. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 Come Dine with Me. (R) 12.35 What’s Cooking? 1.45 Four Rooms. 2.45 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Five Minutes to a Fortune. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E. 10.00 10 O’Clock Live. Satirical current affairs show, with David Mitchell, Jimmy Carr, Charlie Brooker and Lauren Laverne. 10.55 Random Acts. 11.00 The Hoarder Next Door. (R) 12.05 The Sex Clinic. (R) 1.05 Revenge. 1.50 Film: Franklyn. (2008) Fantasy drama, starring Ryan Phillippe. 3.30 Come Dine with Me. (R) 4.25 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.20 Kirstie’s Homemade Home. 5.25 Countdown. (R) Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 6.00 Wright Stuff. 11.10 Ben

Fogle: New Lives in the Wild. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Rolf’s Animal Clinic. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 NCIS. (R) 3.15 Film: A Soldier’s Love Story. (2010) Romantic drama, with Lori Loughlin and Johnny Messner. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 Frontline Police; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Emergency Bikers; 5 News at 9. 9.00 NCIS. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. (R) 10.55 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 11.55 The Aussie Millions Poker Championship. 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.00 House Doctor. (R) 4.45 Divine Designs. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

11.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. 11.45 Animal Frontline. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 3.00 Perfection. (R) 3.45 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain. (R) 4.30 Antiques Road Trip. (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Waterloo Road. 9.00 MasterChef: The Final Three. The new champion is crowned. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Question Time. 11.35 This Week. 12.20 Holiday Weatherview. 12.25 BBC News. This Is BBC Two. 6.05 Homes BBC2 6.00 Under the Hammer. (R) 7.05 Don’t

Get Done, Get Dom. (R) 7.50 Animal Frontline. (R) 8.20 Sign Zone: Saints and Scroungers. (R) 9.05 Great British Menu. (R) 10.05 Great British Railway Journeys. (R) 10.35 HARDtalk. (R) 11.00 BBC News. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Live Snooker: The World Championship. The opening session of the first semi-final in Sheffield. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Flog It! (R) 7.00 Live Snooker:The World Championship. The opening session of the second semi-final in Sheffield. 9.00 The Politician’s Husband. 10.00 Watson & Oliver. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Snooker: The World Championship. 12.10 The Review Show. 1.10 Sign Zone: The Russians Are Coming – Panorama. (R) 1.40 This Is BBC Two. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.

ITV

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 Rory Bremner’s Great British Views. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.15 ITV News; Weather. 6.45 Emmerdale. 7.45 Live UEFA Europa League Football. Chelsea v FC Basel (Kick-off 8.05pm). 10.10 ITV News; Weather. 10.40 ITV News London; Weather. 10.45 Vicious. (R) 11.15 The Job Lot. (R) 11.45 All Star Family Fortunes. (R) 12.25 Jackpot247. 3.00 In Plain Sight. (R) 4.25 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 According to Jim. (R) 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 The Secret Millionaire USA. (R) 11.00 Location, Location, Location. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 Come Dine with Me. (R) 12.35 What’s Cooking? 1.45 Four Rooms. 2.45 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Five Minutes to a Fortune. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Secret Eaters. 9.00 The Repo Man. Part one of two. The life and work of a bailiff. 10.00 12 Year Old Lifer: True Stories. The case of two American boys convicted of murder. 11.15 24 Hours in A&E.A man is treated after a motorcycle accident. (R) 12.20 Random Acts. (R) 12.25 Sex, Lies and Rinsing Guys. (R) 1.20 Crash for Cash. (R) 2.15 Secrets of Your Missing Mail: Channel 4 Dispatches. (R) 2.45 Unreported World. (R) 3.10 Come Dine with Me. (R) 4.05 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.00 Countdown. (R) 5.45 Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard. (R) 6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 Wright Stuff. 11.10 Big Body

Squad. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 The Hotel Inspector. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 The Mentalist. (R) 3.15 Film: Deadly Visions. (2004) Thriller, starring Nicollette Sheridan. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. Rosie reveals she was raped in the caravan park. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 The Hotel Inspector. Alex Polizzi revamps a struggling Bournemouth hotel; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 The Gay Slayer: Born to Kill? A psychological profile of serial killer Colin Ireland; (R) 5 News at 9. 9.00 Trauma Doctors. 10.00 Film: On Deadly Ground. (1994) Ecological thriller, starring Steven Seagal. 12.15 SuperCasino. 4.00 House Doctor. (R) 4.45 Divine Designs. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

11.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. 11.45 Animal Frontline. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 Perfection. (R) 3.45 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain. (R) 4.30 Antiques Road Trip. (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 A Question of Sport; (R) BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Would I Lie to You? 9.00 Have I Got News for You. 9.30 Not Going Out. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather; National Lottery Update. 10.35 The Graham Norton Show. 11.20 The Wright Way. (R) 11.50 Film: Dark Water. (2005) 1.25 Weatherview. 1.30 BBC News. 6.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) BBC2 7.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. (R)

7.45 Animal Frontline. (R) 8.15 Sign Zone: Saints and Scroungers. (R) 9.00 Great British Menu. (R) 10.00 Live Snooker:The World Championship.The second session of the first semi-final. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Vote 2013. 1.00 Live Snooker: The World Championship. Further coverage of the second session of the first semi-final. 2.00 Vote 2013. 3.00 Live Snooker:The World Championship. 5.00 Vote 2013. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Flog It! (R) 7.00 Live Snooker: The World Championship. The third session of the first semi-final. 9.00 The Genius of Marie Curie – The Woman Who Lit Up the World. 10.00 QI. (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.05 Later with Jools Holland. 12.10 Snooker: The World Championship. 1.00 Film: Felicia’s Journey. (1999) 2.50 Sign Zone: Question Time. (R) 3.50 This Is BBC Two. 6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The ITV Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning.

12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 Rory Bremner’s Great British Views. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 The Martin Lewis Money Show. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 The Ice Cream Girls. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 Film: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. (2006) 12.35 Jackpot247. 3.00 Film: The War Wagon. (1967) 4.40 ITV Nightscreen.

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 According to Jim. (R) 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 Frasier. (R) 9.25 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Secret Millionaire Ireland. (R) 11.00 Location, Location, Location. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 Come Dine with Me. (R) 12.35 What’s Cooking? 1.45 Four Rooms. 2.45 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Five Minutes to a Fortune. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.30 Unreported World. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Come Dine with Me. 9.00 Ben Earl: Trick Artist. 10.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. 11.05 10 O’Clock Live. (R) 12.05 Random Acts. (R) 12.10 New Girl. 12.35 The Mindy Project. 12.55 Film: Jalsaghar. (1958) Musical drama, starring Chhabi Biswas. 2.35 Happy Endings. (R) 3.00 Accidentally on Purpose. (R) 3.20 The New Normal. 3.45 St Elsewhere. (R) 4.30 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.25 Countdown. (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 Nature Shock: The Pig Bang Theory. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Iceland: Ash Cloud Apocalypse. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 CSI: NY. (R) 3.10 Film: My Neighbour’s Keeper. (2007) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 The Removal Men; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers; 5 News at 9. 9.00 The Mentalist. 10.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 10.55 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 11.55 Inside Hollywood. (R) 12.00 SuperCasino. 4.00 Motorsport Mundial. 4.25 House Doctor. (R) 4.50 Divine Designs. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

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Hearthrob Paul Hollywood cooks up a sales storm

HIT TV SHOW ‘Paul Hollywood’s Bread’ has created an enormous boom in bakery equipment sales, new Debenhams’ figures reveal. Thanks to Hollywood’s passion for bread baking, sales of traditional bakeware such as mixing bowls, scales and other accessories have seen the biggest rise, up by 207% versus this time last year. Electrical bread makers, dough mixers, baking trays, measuring jugs, scales and even oven mitts are also selling like hot cakes, says the high street store. The dramatic rise has coincided with the broadcast of the popular BBC 2 baking series,

which has been on air for six weeks. Said Debenhams Head of Home Buying Alice Duggan: “Thanks to Paul Hollywood, Britain is becoming a nation of bread bakers once again.” “His reassuring yet authoritative tone of voice makes all food lovers want to follow tradition by baking beautiful, handcrafted loafs rather than buying them in a supermarket.” At the same time, lazier bakers keen to 'rise' to the occasion without the effort are plumping for bread baking machines, sending sales soaring by 30% in the last month alone.

Alice Duggan continues; “Hollywood shows how simple it is to make beautiful buns, his good looks and sex appeal have sparked the nation’s interest and made Brits fall in love with baking once more.” Retailer Sainsburys has also seen a spike in bread mixers and dough ingredients since the show has been on air. “Sales of flour at Sainsbury's have been really strong over the last few weeks with a 30% increase in bread mixes” said Mark Moriarty, Sainsbury’s baking buyer. “We’ve just launched a range of Taste the Difference bread mixes which are all doing incredibly well too, showing the 'baking craze' is still

very much apparent.'' And for the very first time, the baking boom is as much a trend amongst males as it is women. Alice Duggan, Head of Home Buying adds: “We first saw an upsurge in our bakeware products following the Great British bake-off, but now we are seeing the Paul Hollywood effect across our sales. We are delighted that the impetus has been maintained throughout the winter and think it is a trend that appears to be here to stay.” Debenhams bakeware is available in all stores nationwide and online at Debenhams. com.

Channel 4 orders second helping of The Fried Chicken Shop

Sainsbury’s opens Britain’s greenest convenience store in Haslucks Green

AFTER the success of one-off Cutting Edge documentary, The Fried Chicken Shop: Life in a Day which aired earlier this year, Channel 4 has commissioned a brand new three-part series set in the same chicken shop in South London. The 3 part series will return to Rooster Spot in Clapham to delve deeper into the world of fried chicken, the staff who serve it and the huge variety of customers who buy it. Filming across three weeks The Fried Chicken Shop Series will use the same mix of mini-rig fixed cameras and retrospective interviews to capture stories inside the Chicken Shop. The series will also incorporate a new element by following take- away customers’ home, giving viewers a completely new perspective on the people who eat there and the worlds they inhabit. Favourite characters from the first programme will return alongside new customer stories capturing a wider variety of regulars. The madness of the weekend passing trade and late night revellers will continue to celebrate this very unique slice of British life and once again allow lovers of fried chicken to get involved online. An impressive 2.1 million viewers tuned in to the original Cutting Edge broadcast with a huge online presence peaking at 1,700 tweets per minute. It was the most tweeted about Channel 4 programme of the week, with 53k tweets and attracted celebrity attention from Denise Van Outen, Lily Allen, Diana Vickers,

A FORMER tanning salon and metal fabricators workshop in Haslucks Green, Solihull, have been converted into Britain’s most environmentally friendly convenience store after the new Sainsbury’s Local opened its doors. The new store uses cutting edge technology normally not seen in a store of its size to minimise its environmental impact. It boasts a number of industry leading features including: • 42 solar panels on the roof generating electricity (10.5 kWp photo voltaic solar panels delivering circa 9,000 kWh/annum) • 30 per cent less heat required due to insulation from double glazing on the shop front and timber structural insulated panels within its construction • Natural refrigeration (CO2) reducing carbon emissions by 33 per cent • New highly energy efficient LED lighting used across the whole shop • The signage in the store for customers is made from recycled materials • The recycling rate for construction waste was 98 per cent and the store’s innovative design also reduced the actual construction time by four weeks, helping to further reduce its impact on the environment. Paul Crewe, Sainsbury’s Head of Sustainability, Engineering & Energy,

Dawn O’Porter and John Prescott Emma Cooper, Commissioning Editor at Channel 4 said: “The Fried Chicken Shop really struck a chord with the nation. The team worked hard to make a film that felt significantly fresh and innovative for us to want to serve up more of it.” Mentorn Media’s Director of Programmes, Hannah Wyatt, said: “Chicken Shop really captured the imagination of viewers. The enthusiastic response on twitter showed the immediate support – including John Prescott, Boy George and Lily Allen all loving it. We saw that it really was a talking point and we’re delighted that we’ll be able to offer all those fans more views from the shop and beyond.”

said: “It’s a great achievement to fit all of this technology into such a small store. Each one has been selected to help us reduce our environmental impact and achieve reduced carbon and energy savings. We believe this makes it Britain’s greenest convenience store finished to the very highest standards. “The environmental features in the store will also play a big part in helping us to achieve our stretching carbon emissions reduction target of 30 per cent absolute by 2020. We will be monitoring its performance closely over the coming months and hope it will provide an important blueprint for future Sainsbury’s Local stores.” As well as the environmental features the store has provided a real boost for the local community by creating 25 new jobs for local people. The store has also pledged to support local charitable organisations and community groups. Prior to opening Sainsbury’s development team completed a project with nearby BurmanInfantsSchool, donating £1,000 for its new playground. Sainsbury’s has ambitious plans for its convenience store network and in 2012/13 it opened 87 convenience stores. Sainsbury’s now has 530 convenience stores nationwide. Sainsbury’s opened its first convenience store in Hammersmith in 1998. Last year the retailer announced that the continued growth of its convenience stores across the UK would create 10,000 jobs over the next three years.


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The power of the Stinging Nettle! Denise Kelly

STINGING NETTLES suffer from a problem of perception! For most of us consuming anything whose name includes “stinging” does not sound too appealing. Thin hairs on this plant may irritate your skin if handled without gloves, and there is even a stinging nettle eating competition to test ‘contestants’ pain threshold. However, preparing stinging nettles for pain-free consumption is well worth the effort as believe it or not this green vegetable offers excellent nutritional value. Minerals Stinging nettles supply iron and lots of it! Each 1 cup portion contains 7.7 percent to 17.5 percent of the daily recommended intake, depending on your nutritional requirements. Many people are urged to consume more ironrich foods, to combat anemia or attentiondeficit hyperactivity disorder. The calcium

content of stinging nettles is also significant in that 1 cup provides 32.9 to 42.8 percent of the amount you require daily. Calcium, as we all know, promotes strong teeth and bones, and it may also lessen the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, preventing headaches, mood swings and bloating. Vitamins By including stinging nettles in your diet it gives you a huge boost in vitamin A, for example a 1-cup serving contains 1,790 IU of this vitamin, nearly three times the amount you need in a single day. Vitamin D works with calcium to strengthen your teeth and bones, although its main role in the body is to normalize the amount of calcium and phosphorus in your bloodstream. Your body is able to store extra vitamin A, so the additional vitamins you consume are not wasted. Stinging nettles also serve as an

excellent source of vitamin K, a vitamin your body requires for blood clotting. Each 1-cup portion contains 369 to 493 percent of the daily recommended intake. Like vitamin D, your body can store vitamin K for later use. Benefits Stinging nettles have a long history of use as a diuretic and joint pain treatment. Incorporating nettles into your diet helps to promote healthy adrenal glands and kidneys, encouraging your body to expel toxins and react to stress in positive ways. Eating nettles may also offer you relief from season allergies, and many people use stinging nettle to make tea, taking it for a variety of maladies, including respiratory and urinary problems, diabetes and protection against kidney stones, as well as to speed wound healing. So, make use of this wild growing plant. It’s free, it’s easy to find and it will do you the power of good! Denise Kelly is a BANT (British association of Nutritional therapists) registered Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist. She writes Nutrition Programs for a variety of organisations and has a private practise in Chichester, West Sussex and is the founder of K4 Fit Kidz. Tel: 01243 528040 www.denisekelly.co.uk

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IN SEASON vegetables are at their nutritious peek and should be consumed in abundance for maximum health benefits. So what exactly is available to us right now in the months of April and May? Asparagus Cauliflower Cucumber Jersey Royal New Potatoes Purple Sprouting Broccoli Radishes Savoy Cabbage Sorrel Spinach Spring Greens Spring Onion Watercress

The top 20 diet-ditching excuses ‘I’VE HAD A BAD DAY’, ‘it was my birthday’ and ‘I couldn’t resist’ are the most common excuses for women to give up on a diet, a study has revealed. Researchers found that almost two thirds of women admit to finding any old reason to quit a healthy-eating plan – even if it’s not actually true. Other favourites included ‘life is too short’, ‘I was always thinking about food’ and ‘I was hungry all the time.’ The stats emerged in a study which also revealed that a massive 84% of women often give up on a diet sooner than they wanted too. A spokesman for British Lion eggs, which commissioned the research, said: “Many women start a diet with good intention of seeing it through until the end or they reach

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their target. “But there are so many temptations, it’s inevitable that some lose momentum and give up before that point. “If you are struggling to keep the diet up, it doesn’t take much to give in and something as simple as having a bad day looks like it can spell the end of a healthy eating regime. “However, it also seems that there are some women who use any excuse they can think of to get out of continuing the diet. “If this is something you do, a diet based on low fat, high protein foods will keep you feeling fuller for longer and help you resist temptation which can be the difference between success or failure.” The study of 2,000 women found that ‘I’ve had a bad day’ is the most popular excuse for quitting a diet, with 41% of women admitting to using this to enjoy a treat again. ‘It was my birthday’ came second, followed by ‘I couldn’t resist’ and ‘I needed cheering up’. ‘It’s hard to eat healthy when it’s cold and wet’ came fifth, with ‘I’ve been good and I deserve it’ at number six. Seventh place went to ‘I haven’t got any willpower’ while ‘life is too short’ and ‘I was eating out’ was eighth and ninth respectively. ‘I was bored’ completed the top ten. Other popular excuses to feature in the top twenty include ‘I enjoy eating unhealthy food or the odd treat’, ‘I had a hangover’ and ‘healthy food is too expensive’.

‘I found it too difficult to keep going’ and ‘there wasn’t anything healthy in the cupboard’ were also in the list. It also emerged that the average woman goes on four diets a year, losing just over 6lb on each one. And although eight in ten set themselves a target weight or clothes size they want to reach, 84% admit they often give up before they reach it. On average, women will last just three weeks on a diet before returning to their usual food, with three quarters admitting they use any old excuse to give it up, even one which isn’t actually true. But rather than being honest about quitting, 52% keep it quiet from friends and family and act like they are still watching what they eat. Researchers also found that chocolate is the food most likely to cause you to abandon a diet, closely followed by cakes, bread and chips. Top 25 excuses for ditching a diet 1. I had a bad day 2. It was my birthday 3. I couldn’t resist 4. I needed cheering up 5. It’s hard to eat healthily when it’s cold and wet 6. I’ve been good and I deserve it 7. I haven’t got any willpower 8. Life is too short 9. I was eating out and couldn’t resist

10. I was bored 11. Someone bought me sweets/chocolate as a present and I couldn’t waste them 12. I enjoy eating unhealthy food or the odd treat 13. I’m thinking about food all the time 14. It was my partner’s birthday 15. I always felt hungry 16. I needed a sugar rush/energy 17. I’ve got a hangover and I need unhealthy food 18. Healthy food is too expensive 19. I find it too difficult to keep going 20. There wasn’t anything healthy in the cupboard 21. Other people were eating cake 22. It’s rude to turn food down when someone has made it for me 23. It’s that time of the month so chocolate is allowed 24. It was my child’s birthday 25. It’s too difficult and time-consuming to make healthy food


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LEISURE CLUB at Chichester Park Hotel Our Leisure club is the perfect place to relax and unwind away from everyday pressure. You’ll be able to enjoy a leisurely splash in the pool and if you really want to relax there’s the sauna and steam room too. Entry is free when you stay in the hotel. To become a member of leisure club is easy, all you need to do is contact us and we’ll be more than happy to help. Membership is available for only £25.00 with no joining fee.

Opening Times Please note: Last entry is 30 minutes before closing

Monday to Friday: 7.00am - 9.00pm Saturday: 8.00am - 8.00pm Sunday: 9.00am - 5.00pm

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Tips for couples when picking up the tab this summer holiday FOR COUPLES who don’t share a bank account, summer holiday budgets can be unnecessarily complicated. There are usually hotel, restaurant and miscellaneous bills to be settled, which can lead to awkward verbal wrangling as to who picks up the tab and a string of promises as to who will ‘get the next one’. However, PrePay Solutions, European prepaid services company, reveals that the answer may be as simple as purchasing a prepaid travel money card before leaving. Steven Phillips, Retail and E-commerce expert at PrePay Solutions, explains: “Sharing a bank account is almost as big a step as tying the knot for many couples. For others it is an even bigger step and many couples keep their finances separate even after years of marriage. The advantage of a prepaid card is that it gives users the benefits of shared finances, with two separate cards, but without the commitment of a joint bank account, and the long term implications thereof.” PrePay Solutions reveals five reasons to use a prepaid card this summer: Security: Prepaid cards provide the safety of Chip and PIN, but are not directly linked to a bank account. This means that customers cannot go overdrawn and their funds are safer due to the limitations of the funds on the card.

Acceptance: A prepaid card using the MasterCard® Acceptance network means there is no need to carry other cards. This means people can carry as little as possible when at the beach or going out. Foreign exchange: Prepaid cards offer good foreign currency exchange rates. This keeps the cost of spending money abroad down. No transaction charge: Using a prepaid card means that there is no fee to make purchases at shops and restaurants. Available to all: There are no credit checks and prepaid cards are easy to apply for. Steven Phillips continues: “The turbulent short term forecast for the value of the pound is another worry overshadowing currency exchanges this summer. Taking out a travel money card offers the added advantage of locking in the exchange rate at purchase, and avoiding the dismal future that the summer appears to have in store for sterling. The longevity of the cards then allows users to convert unspent funds back into pounds at the most favourable rates. PPS delivers travel money card solutions for leading European leisure travel brands, providing comprehensive customer servicing and an online framework that takes the hassle out of the holiday expenditure.”

Horoscopes Aries You will be building relationships for the future this week so there will be a lot of pressing of flesh. I know you are a team player but keep these contacts under wraps or you may find a colleague or superior will steal these contacts and a march on you! Remember to give family and friends the TLC they deserve.

Horoscopes from Kimi 26 April – 02 May

Taurus Exercise is good for you both physically and mentally and you need both to be in balance this week. Now I am not saying sign up for the next London Marathon but you do need to work off a little steam as there could be issues on the domestic front which could see your blood pressure rise!

Cancer Entertainment is on the agenda. You are not so much the domestic god or goddess this week more of the host or hostess with the most or mostest. There is more to a dinner party than just food, so keep the food simple and sophisticated and the conversation light and you will charm those you need to!

Gemini You could say that this week will be a little humdrum; on the other hand you could say it is a week of consolidation. This is a time for checking that no bills are outstanding, reorganizing your desk and workspace. This is a good week for DIY projects. Think, tidy house, tidy mind.

Leo Stop running around like a headless chicken, all will be ok if you learn to prioritize and calm down. You could be seen as a superbly organized go getter or as div of the week, it’s down to you! Planning and a deep breath will ensure it is the former and score you points with those that matter.

Virgo A meeting with a financial adviser or bank manager could be on the cards. Don’t worry this does not mean that you are in the red; far from it you could be getting sound advice about a future investment opportunity. On the domestic front, time to say goodbye to someone you know is holding you back! Libra You may be spending quite a bit of time with a work colleague or business associate this week. You don’t normally but do listen to what they have to say as they have some very sound advice and creative ideas which could prove useful to you in terms of career development. Remember you can get inspiration from some unusual sources. Scorpio You are feeling a little jaded this week. You need to relax a bit after all that hedonism! Treat yourself to a massage. This is the time for you to think through what it is you would like to achieve over the coming weeks. Focus on the bigger picture and let the little things take care of themselves. Sagittarius Caution is the name of the game this week, particularly on the financial front. The last

thing you need with the economy the way it is is to make a bad investment. So check things out carefully before investing or spending. If you can leave it until next week before making a decision. This advice applies to career changes also. Capricorn Don’t neglect family and friends, spend a little time with them this week, they will appreciate it. Just because they don’t always say they miss your attention does not mean they don’t. You could arrange lunch or just make a surprise visit. You will be delighted at the response you get. Did you know you were that loved? Aquarius It’s all go this week. It’s a good time to take up a new physical activity but make sure it is something strenuous to use up some of that energy. Do you fancy kick boxing or karate? Your energy could be put to good use at work too and could prove profitable career wise. But don’t forget your loved ones! Pisces Money is positively featured this week so you may be in for a small windfall. I said small, so don’t go and overspend whatever the temptation. The money would be better spent on a new addition to your wardrobe than a new car. Perhaps a romantic meal for two, since your love life appears be heading towards an important phase.


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Brain Gym

No.115

Double Crossword

Last week’s solutions:

CRYPTIC - Across: 6 Enraged; 7 Get on; 9 Blunt; 10 Ribands; 12 Rear windows; 14 Staff nurses; 18 Toddler; 19 Lyric; 21 Sheep; 22 Stretch. Down: 1 Ingle; 2 Pawnee; 3 Net; 4 Relaid; 5 Low-down; 8 Riviera; 11 Printer; 13 Atrophy; 15 Fidget; 16 Elysee; 17 Pinch; 20 Sty. QUICK - Across: 6 Appoint; 7 Minor; 9 Later; 10 Cushion; 12 Wooden spoon; 14 Part company; 18 Cavalry; 19 Amass; 21 Acted; 22 Ordered. Down: 1 Speak; 2 Bolero; 3 End; 4 Bishop; 5 Solomon; 8 Turnips; 11 Adjourn; 13 Balance; 15 Travel; 16 Number; 17 Askew; 20 Art.

Choose either quick or cryptic clues.

Cryptic Clues: Across

Codeword

Down

1. Game unsuitable for

1. Impress a sailor without

women (4)

Each number in the grid represents a different letter of the alphabet and every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter(s) to the right of the main grid to start you off.

1

14

his knowing! (8)

3. Caution a girl (8)

2. Like a layer of wood (5)

9. Essentially he tucked

2

4. This snake is

into a pastry dish (2,5)

15

poisonous, yet a baby

10. After a drink half the

3

16

4

17

5

B

18

band provide dance

may play with it! (6)

music (5)

5. Hardly bright ideas! (4,8)

11. Isn’t it particular what it

6. Possibly one rule man

sells? (7,5)

has had to change (7)

13. After the road is renovated it is showing skill (6)

6

19

rasher drivers (4)

15. It goes round, applying

8. It’s said to be a way to

pressure where needed

7

20

ensure a good stretch

(6)

of repentance (5,2,5)

17. What one has to be in

8

to engage in the class

21

12. It’s used extensively by

war? (8,4)

9 10

O

11

22 23

bandsmen (8)

20. Pieces of land in the Far

14. Wear and tear about an

East (5)

object (7)

21. Rings about train disaster in Canada (7)

18. Monsters that help to

(2,3,3)

make progress (5)

23. Is the French

12

Last week’s solutions: 1

2

A N

14

15

3

I

16

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

19. It can give one airs,

description of Malta,

after a fashion (4)

perhaps (4)

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R D L B G O C J Y W

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25

13

26

X H M E V S T F U Q P Z K

9

27

4

8

13

9

7

10 words - average; 15 words - good; 20 words - very good; 25 or more - excellent.

Give yourself ten minutes to find as many words as possible using the letters in the grid. Each word must use the central letter and at least 3 others, and letters may be used only once. You cannot use plurals, foreign words or proper nouns, but verb forms ending in ‘s’ are permitted. There is one 9-letter word to be found.

12

27 8

21

7 16

6

26

16 15

9

8

12

11

9

23

1. Box (8)

3. Crusade (8)

2. Poisonous (5)

9. Harmful (7)

4. Agree (6)

10. Morning reception (5)

5. Lowest RAF commission (5-7)

11. Ingrained habit (6,6)

6. Upside down (7)

13. Foreign (6)

7. Requirement (4) 8. Agreeing by chance (12)

17. Irrational belief (12)

12. Stormy (8)

20. Distort (5)

14. Eye-specialist (7)

21. Raise (7)

16. Declare (6)

22. Maim (8)

18. Angry (5)

23. Exceedingly (4)

19. Separate particular (4)

23

13

12

7

5

4 1

14

14

ester, keystroke, oyster, reek, reeky, reeks, reset, rest, rose, rosy, rote, rots, seer, sere, sore, sort, steer, stereo, stoker, store, storey, story, stork, stroke, terse, tore, tree, trek, treks, trey, troy, tyre, tyro, yore.

Fill in the white squares with numbers 1 to 9. Each horizontal block must add up to the number in the shaded square to its left, and each vertical block to the number above. Numbers may be used once in each block. Last week’s solutions:

16 21 14

Last week’s solutions:

14

17

29 17

22

8 7

14

29

13

6

9 3

10 13

7

Replace the question mark with a letter so that the letters within each circle can be arranged to form words on a common theme. What are the three words, and the letter represented by the question mark?

Down

1. Quote (4)

Scribble pad

12

How you rate:

Across

Kakuro

Wordsquare

S P A R T A P U A

Quick Clues:

15. Anew (6)

16. Sensitive plant (6)

22. Sacked, no doubt!

24

Circlegram

7. Times some of the

8 3

6 8 9 1 3 2 6 9 5 7 6 7 7 8 8 6 5 3 4 3 9 3 2 1 4 7 1 1

5 9 6 7 4 8 6 7 6 1 3 2 6 7 4 5 4 9 7 8 3 7 2 8 3

H F L G D R O N H ? E E N O F I S A I Last week’s solutions: The letter represented by the question mark is M. Gossamer, Gingham, Cashmere, all types of fabric.

Alphamuddle Rearrange the letters in the grid B to make five words that read both across and down. Five letters have been placed to start you off.

E R M

Sudoku Fill in the grids below so that every column, every row and each of the 3x3 boxes contains all the digits from 1 to 9.

Simple

Intermediate

Difficult

D

Last week’s solutions: >

R

From top to bottom Simple, Intermediate, Difficult

R A R X I

I T C E R

E M E T E

X I D R C

A

E M A D E

B

Last week’s solutions: Grape, Resin, Asset, Piece, Enter.

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8 million people in the UK operate an ‘online business from home’ ONE in six (17%) people in the UK (or eight million) are operating as an ‘online business from home', specifically purchasing goods to resell, or making their own products to sell for profit, according to research from Direct Line for Business ("DL4B"). The research revealed that of these ‘home businesses', 5.2 million (65 %) are buying items specifically to resell on at a profit, while 2.8m sell home made products such as greeting cards, soaps and eBooks. DL4B has termed these companies ‘home webtailers'retail operations selling goods direct from home using the internet. The research also revealed that three in four (74%) home businesses keep all their stock at home with an average value totalling £4,388, a risky proposition given in the last year there were 653,000 burglaries in England and Wales. Many of these businesses would not be covered by standard home insurance policies, requiring specialist business insurance, as these goods to not constitute standard home contents. Analysis3 of trades on a leading online auction site showed that a large number of online sales operations run by private individuals are actually sizable businesses, with the top 5% of private sellers generating an annual turnover of a very healthy £18,094. With the new personal income tax threshold of £9,440 now in place as of the

6th April 2013, DL4B believes that a significant number of people selling products online will be unaware that their activities online mean they are actually running a business from home. Those operating a business from home on top of other employment may need to pay tax on all turnover generated through online sales. Jazz Gakhal, Head of Direct Line for Business commented: "A large proportion of people clearly don't view themselves as running a business, despite generating a sizeable turnover selling goods online to be dispatched from their home. People should check with HMRC if there activities online mean they qualify as running a business. Stock stored at a home will not be covered by a standard home insurance policy, so people are putting themselves at financial risk. Indeed for those people transporting goods to and from home, insurance is also required to avoid damage in transit. "We urge people looking to make or sell items from home on a regular basis to organise home business insurance from the start." The research also revealed that when asked

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about how these online home businesses prioritised key actions when they first began selling items, sorting tax arrangements and organising insurance ranked 6th and 8th. Priorities for those operating online businesses from home Ranking - Home Business action 1 Buying more stock

2 Setting sales targets 3 Devising a business plan 4 Making expansion plans 5 Creating a marketing plan 6 Sorting tax arrangements 7 Developing their office layout 8 Organising insurance 9 Looking to recruit

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Told through captivating song, riveting drama and stunning choreography, the auditionees describe the events that have shaped their lives and their decisions to become dancers. Based on true stories, Now for the first time since its award‐winning London season premiered in 1975, the original creators join forces to bring this legendary musical to the world‐famous London Palladium. Boasting such classics as ‘One (Singular Sensation)’, ‘What I Did For Love’ and ‘At The Ballet’, A Chorus Line is an iconic musical masterpiece that should not be missed.

Craig Revel Horwood’s brand new show, Strictly Confidential will give theatre audiences the chance to get up close and personal with the stars. Starring Lisa Riley, Artem Chigvintsev, Natalie Lowe and Ian Waite, Strictly Confidential will take fans on an epic journey told through music, song and breathtaking dance routines. Learn secrets about Lisa, Ian, Artem & Natalie in this frank & revealing autobiographical dance spectacular and share the milestone moments in each of their careers, told magnificently in song and dance.

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A spacious and interesting attached property situated in a small private marine estate with access to the beach. The property which would benefit from some refurbishment comprises the West wing of approx half of the original detached house. G.F.H. & solar panels, majority dble glazing, impressive dual aspect open plan living rm plus sep. dining area, sun rm, kit/ breakfast area, shower rm, first fl reception rm, first floor kitchenette, master bed with en suite shower rm, 2 further bedrms, bathrm, dble garage and good sized gdns with access to a small copse which is collectively owned by the residents. EPC RATING: E

For more information, contact Coastguards Estate Agents on www.coastguardsproperty.co.uk

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Willows Edges boost from Help to Buy WHEN the Chancellor announced a new shared equity scheme to boost the housing market in his budget speech last month, Charles Church was one of the first house builders to respond. Within hours, Charles Church was receiving hundreds of enquiries about Help To Buy, and the first sales under the scheme are already being processed at Willows Edge, a stunning development of two, three, four and five bedroom houses in a variety of styles and finishes in the village of North Bersted, East Sussex. Charles Church sales teams across the south coast have had comprehensive training on Help To Buy, and are fast becoming industry experts on what the scheme means to customers. In reality, at Willows Edge Help to Buy means customers can secure a three bedroom mid terrace property for the incredible price of just £183,960 (list price, £229,950). Rob Allen, Sales Director of Persimmon Homes South Coast said: “Help To Buy is going to provide a huge boost to the housing market, and it is available to anyone buying a new-build

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e g n e l l a h c e s r assault cou TIME: 10AM DATE: 28.04.2013 home up to the value of £600,000. All you need is a five per cent deposit. “The Government will put in up to 20 per centre through an equity shared loan, the remainder will be funded by a repayment mortgage. The loan can be paid back at any time over the next 25 years, or when you sell the home, and there is no interest to pay on this portion for the first five years.” Other buying incentives available at Willows Edge are NewBuy and Part Exchange. The sales office at Willows Edge is open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm. For more information call in at the development or visit the Charles Church website at www.charleschurch.com/helpto-buy

VENUE: UNIVERSITY OF CHICHESTER BISHOP OTTER CAMPUS HOW DO I JOIN? Form a group of 4 (18+) and register at: www.chichesterchestnutchallenge.co.uk £12 per person plus sponsorship WHAT DO I GAIN? : # Support the only children’s hospice in Sussex # Winners prize for the fastest team

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WEDDINGS at Chichester Park Hotel

To make sure your wedding is memorable for all the right reasons, it pays not to leave anything to chance, including your search for wedding venues. Chichester is a magnet for brides and grooms; The city’s historic centre, the South Downs National Park and south coast all combine to create the perfect wedding location. Visit our website for more information on why Chichester Park Hotel is the right venue for your big day.

28 JULY 2013

Adult £48, Senior Citizen £46 & Child £20

Having your wedding in a hotel can make the event comfortable and convenient for both you and your guests; after the big day, you can quickly retreat to our honeymoon suite! Our hotel is suitable for either large celebrations or intimate gatherings and a bespoke menu can be designed just for you. And we can provide pre-wedding pampering sessions thanks to our Retreat Beauty Spa. So what are you waiting for? Chichester Park Hotel is the perfect venue for your wedding day!

Chichester Park Hotel | Madgwick Lane | Westhampnett | CHICHESTER | PO19 7QL

Tel: 01243

817400 www.chichesterparkhotel.com

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ALDWICK

£385,000

An extended and refurbished individual four bedroom family house situated on a corner plot within a quarter of a mile of shops, around half a mile from schools and the beach. G.F.H., u.P.V.C. dble glazing, u.P.V.C. fascias, cloakroom, dual aspect lounge, dual aspect family room, dual aspect kit/dining room, en suite shower room, sep. bathroom, detached garage and South Westerly rear garden. EPC RATING C.

ALDWICK BAY ESTATE

£795,000

ALDWICK

£575,000

ALDWICK BAY ESTATE

£415,000

An elegant Georgian style det residence situated in the premier thoroughfare of the Aldwick Bay private marine estate approx 150 yards from the private beach. The property has been made the subject of a programme of refurbishment & remodelling in recent years. G.F.H, a new slate roof with enhanced insulation, modernised electrics including external power points to the front and rear, u.P.V.C. double glazing, ‘Thermafill’ cavity wall insulation, entrance hall, a cloakrm,a 25’ triple aspect lounge, a triple aspect garden rm, bright & spacious dual aspect kitchen/dining rm, separate utility rm, a study/office, a master bedrm with en suite shower rm, 3 further bedrooms, a bathrm, garage & good sized remodelled & restocked gardens with a new block paved drive & wrought iron gates. EPC rating is D

A superbly presented ‘New England’ style detached family house situated on a good sized plot less than half a mile from local shopping facilities and the beach. The current owners have made the property the subject of a comprehensive programme of refurbishment and modernisation over the course of the last 3 years. G.F.H., u.P.V.C. dble glazing, replacement wiring, plumbing & sanitary ware etc., a cloakrm, a triple aspect lounge, spacious kit/dining rm, utility rm, study/tv room, an impressive master bedrm suite with vaulted dressing rm & luxury en suite bathrm, 3 further bedrms, family bathrm, an integral garage & well maintained gardens to the front and rear. EPC rating is E

A detached chalet style house on a corner plot in private marine estate within 500 yards of the private beach. G.F.H.,u.P.V.C. double glazing, conservatory/entrance, entrance hall, dual aspect ‘L’ shaped living room, dining room, ground floor bedroom/study, kit/breakfast room, ground floor shower room, two good size first floor bedrooms and a second bathroom, garage with carport, a workshop/office and a West facing rear garden. EPC rating is D

ALDWICK BAY ESTATE

ALDWICK

ALDWICK

£310,000

A two/three bedroom first floor apartment situated in the Aldwick Bay private marine estate approx. 300 yards from the beach. The property is of Georgian design and includes electric under floor heating, u.P.V.C. double glazing, spacious dual aspect living room with doors opening to two balconies, dining room/bedroom three, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom, cloakroom, garage and private area of garden. EPC RATING: E

£219,950

A stylishly presented two bedroom first floor apartment situated approx. 400 yards from the beach. The specification includes g.f.h., delightful dual aspect living rm, fitted kitchen, bathroom, separate w.c./cloakroom, single garage with additional parking for several vehicles, use of the landscaped communal gardens and storage area beneth the main building. Residents of The Grange have access to a private beach via gate in nearby Waters Edge. EPC rating is D

£149,950

A one bedroom close care apartment in the grounds of the Royal Bay care home, purpose buiilt to be ‘elderly user friendly’ with many safety features and the availability of any level of assistance from the care home, gas c.h., double glazed, living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, personal patio area. EPC rating C.


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Bognor Regis | £425,000 • • • • •

Detached Family Home Five Double Bedrooms Character of the Period Three Reception Rooms Gas Fired Central Heating / UPVC Double Glazing • Garage and South Facing Garden • No Forward Chain

Bognor Regis | £224,950

Pagham | £135,000

Westmeads | £244,950

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Georgian Style House Four Bedrooms Lounge / Diner Contemporary Fitted Kitchen Fitted Bathroom and Ground Floor WC Enclosed Rear Garden

First Floor Purpose Built Maisonette Two Double Bedrooms UPVC Double Glazing Throughout Garage In Compound and Parking South Facing Lounge and Balcony No Forward Chain

Detached Two Double Bedroom Bungalow Modernised Throughout Newly Fitted Kitchen and Bathroom In 2012 Front Aspect Lounge / Diner Sun Room Gas Central Heating and Double Glazed Throughout Gardens To Front and Rear Driveway and Garage No Forward Chain


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the defeat on saturday the faithful will be hoping confidence isn’t dented especially with Ipswich, West Ham and Birmingham Saturday, 29 October 2011 all on the Npower Championship horizon. • Barnsley v Bristol City, 15:00 Every stadium is different. Every game • ItMost ‘vociferous’ fans : every time Gus if Liverpool win but after has to be said though, • Birmingham v Brighton, 15:00 different. This season has certainly had Burnley nd often theisdefeat on saturday Poyet and his team have been tested since he of different experiences andjust heretoare • tookMost strenuous climb : the midas touch Palace Reading, 15:00 theplenty faithful will be hoping over, he vseems to apply Poyet marks 100 games in charge add • Crystal confidence isn’t dented s aanother few recollections from across the year and in • Derby v Portsmouth, 15:00 colours. It may be and Middlesbrough they pass with flying twist. If the game emulates clashes especially with Ipswich, ion across the motorway network. • the most Tightest seats : Birmingham high profile week of his fledgling the 80s and 91 we could be in for a cracker. • Doncaster v Coventry, 15:00 West h for • Leeds Warmest welcome: Ipswich • Best tradition : Peterborough managerial career, and, friday : 3 points on offer. 3 points • Millwall v Ipswich, 15:00 like Albion fans, he Ham • onand Worst3 journey: 9hr round hats) that after the 7 days and 3 will (top beForest hoping offer. points onBlackburn offer. • Nott’m v Hull, 15:00 Birmingham gainst trip when game wealso walked • games, Most annoying moment it’s safe passage to the:15:00 last 16 and 6 Palace tuesday : 3called pointsoff yesasbut a Southampton v Middlesbrough, • all on the drama through the gates! carinblow the out bag.at 1am on way fierce, if sometimes misunderstood rivalry. The points • Watford v Peterborough, 15:00 n SO this weekend we will be making the final horizon. • firstBest : Wolves (beef stew) home clashfood between the two sides at the Amex. It has to be said though, every time Gus •West Ham Leicester, 15:00 away trip of the regular season. It’s Leeds • Glenn Worst weather : Blackburn (it was Baltic • Mostvmemorable moment Murray returns to his former club. Poyet and his team have been tested since he • Burnley v Blackpool, 17:20 United and Albion know atime win since will guarantee 2nd time you around) : mmm... victory at Cardiff. Listen to Johnny Cantor and BBC Gerard back for the first march, Whenever look at games in isolation they took over, he seems to apply the midas touch Poyet marks 100 games in charge just to add astraight play-offofplace. Elland Road is steeped in • haveClosest view : Cardiff but when you look Again Sussex Sport for all your sports the back of a spanking from Spurs. a certain significance another twist. If the game emulates clashes in and they pass with flying colours. It may be history and ahead of another trip north I • at the Furthest view : Bolton Of course there could be one more trip to Sunday, 30 October 2011 coverage of Brighton & Hove Albion Vicente may well get his first outing against a 7 days and 3 games together this period the most high profile week of his fledgling the 80s and 91 we could be in for a cracker. thought Ibeat would penwith some mentions of thethe • could Worst post-match bluesin: Barnsley one of Albion’s play off rivals County and a trip to Npower Championship football club and Sussex club he when Valencia. Noone become a pivotal point the season. managerial career, and, like Albion fans, he Leeds friday : 3 points on offer. 3 points venues have this season.aswell. Gus will • beNo-one Best chippie : Forest Wembley way which Cricket Club. roofer is3apoints storyvisited well documented (not Noone) • Leeds v Cardiff, 13:15 might live long in the hoping that after the would 7 days be andsuprised 3 on offer.we on offer.

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Chichester Ladies battle for sunny draw Sunday 21 April 2013 South East Combination Chichester City 1 – 1 Luton Town CHICHESTER LADIES took to Oaklands Park on a glorious spring afternoon knowing that a win would stand them in a good position to mount a challenge on second place team Ipswich. With the sun shining on, Chichester started the slower of the two teams with Luton Town mounting a serious charge at the Lillywhites defence. Luton were working tirelessly for their cause and working well as a team going forward. Alexandre and McGlashan were working well together at the heart of the Chichester defence for the first time together and were able to clear whatever was thrown at them. McGlashan was winning everything in the air from the numerous crosses and corners that Luton Town hurled into the box. With the number of crosses and corners coming in at McNamara's goal it was surely only a matter of

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time before McNamara was called into action. Chichester were struggling to get a foot hold on the game with the Lillywhites top two searching ever more for the ball and dropping deep into the heart of the midfield in order to help out. Chichester were slowly working their way back into the game but were resorting to long balls to the top two instead of playing their normal passing game. Ambler and Challen were linking well up front when Chichester had the rare attacking opportunities. Shooting opportunities were few and far between with Chichester’s best effort of the first half falling to Jenna Fowlie after she ran on to a forward ball and cut back inside of the defender and with her weaker left foot floated one just over the bar. The half time whistle blew and the teams went in goalless at the break. With the first half put behind them Chichester came out for the second half a completely different team. Danni Paul came on for Starkey and had an immediate influence on the team with her energy.

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a corner which led to the Chichester’s goal. Wride whipped in a ferocious ball into the near post where Widdowson lost her marker and headed home to make it 1-1. The Luton Town goalkeeper was from then on being bombarded under the copious amounts of pressure thrown at her and took a couple of knocks for her efforts. Hughes-Jones came on for Harnett who had her usual solid game with 15 minutes left on the clock. Luton Town were beginning to tire and Chichester were trying to take full advantage of this. With the game ticking into the 91st minute a brave Willett run down the right hand side drew a penalty. It was Wride who wanted the ball the most and who stepped up to take the penalty. However another excellent save from the Luton Town goalkeeper kept the scores level. With the game having another 5 minutes left due to the stoppages, late on Luton nearly stole it after a counter-attack from stretched the Chichester backline but they held firm until the final whistle blew.

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DIVISION 2 P 37 38 40 35 37 41 38 39 39 38 38 39 36 39 38 39 38 38 39 39 39 38

W 25 25 25 22 21 20 21 20 19 17 17 14 15 13 12 13 13 10 10 10 3 3

D 9 6 4 9 10 9 5 6 6 8 6 9 2 7 7 4 3 11 10 6 6 3

L 3 7 11 4 6 12 12 13 14 13 15 16 19 19 19 22 22 17 19 23 30 32

F A GD PTS 105 31 74 84 89 41 48 81 86 51 35 79 88 37 51 75 100 52 48 73 75 64 11 69 95 75 20 68 92 62 30 66 93 61 32 63 74 63 11 59 90 68 22 57 77 67 10 51 66 76 -10 47 66 77 -11 46 54 81 -27 43 64 100 -36 43 62 95 -33 42 49 69 -20 41 61 77 -16 40 54 99 -45 36 41 144 -103 15 41 132 -91 12

Team LITTLEHAMPTON TOWN NEWHAVEN EASTBOURNE UNITED AFC LITTLE COMMON BROADBRIDGE HEATH WESTFIELD LOXWOOD STEYNING TOWN MIDHURST & EASEBOURNE MILE OAK STORRINGTON BEXHILL UNITED SEAFORD TOWN WICK SOUTHWICK OAKWOOD RUSTINGTON SALTDEAN UNITED

P 31 32 32 31 33 30 31 33 31 32 33 32 32 32 32 31 31 33

W 24 22 19 19 16 14 14 14 13 13 12 11 11 8 8 7 6 2

D 4 4 5 4 4 7 7 6 9 8 7 9 7 7 4 5 7 2

L 3 6 8 8 13 9 10 13 9 11 14 12 14 17 20 19 18 29

F 86 89 94 88 80 59 54 72 74 60 49 64 56 43 51 54 49 36

A 22 49 62 41 61 51 48 58 64 55 65 69 61 66 72 83 77 154

GD 64 40 32 47 19 8 6 14 10 5 -16 -5 -5 -23 -21 -29 -28 -118

PTS 76 70 62 61 52 49 49 48 48 47 43 42 40 31 28 26 25 8

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P 20 20 17 18 20 21 18 18 19 19 20 20

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W D L F 16 3 1 68 13 2 5 67 12 4 1 49 10 4 4 43 8 5 7 32 8 7 6 47 6 4 8 31 6 3 9 31 4 4 11 30 4 4 11 18 3 2 15 14 3 2 15 22

A 21 27 12 23 28 45 40 40 44 37 63 72

GD PTS 47 51 40 41 37 40 20 34 4 29 2 *28 -9 22 -9 21 -14 16 -19 16 -49 11 -50 11


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